Ireland’s for each capita personal debt amount stands at €44,365, new figures launched by the Central Statistics Office (CSO) display.
The credit card debt owed by each and every person, girl and kid in the state after the first 3 months of this 12 months is drastically greater than the €10,667 owed in 2007 ahead of the crash.
Having said that, it is slightly reduced than the peak achieved in the to start with quarter of 2013 which equated to credit card debt of €47,514 per particular person.
The data was produced by the CSO currently beneath the Governing administration Finance Statistics Quarterly Final results.
The figures demonstrate that the government recorded a deficit of €1.8bn in the initial quarter of 2019.
This accounts for 2.2% of Gross Domestic Solution (GDP) for the quarter.
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Profits was up on the identical period of time final 12 months, with the rise by €900m to €18.7bn largely attributed to boosts in taxes and social contributions.
Government expenditure was also up by €900m on the first quarter of 2018 to €20.5bn.
Figures introduced by the CSO yesterday showed that the Irish overall economy is believed to have grown by 8.2% very last year.
GDP stood at €324bn in2018, whilst Gross Nationwide Item (GNP), a measure of financial action that excludes the earnings of multi-nationals, grew by 6.5% in the 12 months.